NS 458 - Concepts of Complex Multisystem Clients I: Theory

The student will integrate previous knowledge and client centered experiences while learning concepts of care for adults with complex multisystem disorders. The student will incorporate evidence-based practice and informatics to foster organized, safe client-centered care. This course is designed as the first part of a two-semester exploration of complex multisystem disorders.

Semester hours: 3.0

Prerequisites:

  • NS 118 - Introduction of Professional Nursing Concepts and Clinical Judgement: Theory
  • NS 125 - Foundational Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Theory
  • NS 126 - Foundational Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Clinical
  • NS 161 - Introduction to Population-Based Public Health Nursing: Theory Online
  • NS 227 - Pathophysiology
  • NS 233 - Assessment and Care of the Adult with Abnormal Findings: Theory
  • NS 234 - Assessment and Care of the Adult with Abnormal Findings: Clinical
  • NS 235 - Pharmacology I
  • NS 254 - Managing the Nursing Care of the Adult: Theory
  • NS 255 - Managing the Nursing Care of the Adult: Clinical
  • NS 256 - Pharmacology II
  • NS 332 - Behavioral Health Continuum of Care: Theory
  • NS 333 - Behavioral Health Continuum of Care: Clinical
  • NS 334 - Nursing Care of Women and Child-bearing Families: Theory
  • NS 335 - Nursing Care of Women and Child-bearing Families: Clinical
  • NS 336 - Family-Centered Nursing Care of Children: Theory
  • NS 337 - Family-Centered Nursing Care of Children: Clinical
  • NS 361 - Program Management and Care of the Client in the Community: Theory Online
  • NS 362 - Program Management and Care of the Client in the Community: Clinical

Co-requisites:

  • NS 453 - Population Health Nursing-Global Health and Health Policy: Theory Online
  • NS 454 - Population Health Nursing-Global Health and Health Policy: Clinical
  • NS 459 - Concepts of Complex Multisystem Clients I: Clinical

Last updated: 04/11/2022